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Have a judgement I am unable to collect in the amount of

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have a judgement I am unable to collect in the amount of $4,500 awarded by Judge Starns in April of this year. This case involved a landlord dispute.
My x-husband is in contempt of court $6,000. I was able to collect $5,500 that was awarded in Divorce court in April. When I filed a contempt of court this time on the $6,000 he was unable to be served due to no longer living at the same address. I feel he is still in this area.
All so I am involved in a Civil court case that is time sensitive. This case is for $25,000.00 I have been trying to represent myself but, I can no longer do so. This involves issues with Robin Flores attorney at law. If you are affiliated with him there would be a conflict of interest.
Please contact me as soon as possible if you would be interested in having a consultation with me.
Thank you,
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Submitted: 3 months ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Maverick replied 3 months ago.

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ANSWER: You will need to file a motion with the court to serve the x by publication. This form should help you get started.

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